If you have never visited the Ukrainian parliament for whatever reason — fear of brawling lawmakers inside or rowdy protests outside — now is the perfect chance to take a digital sneak peak alone.
From now on, Verkhovna Rada has a virtual 3D tour, where visitors can see the main hall, take a closer look at deputies’ workplaces, imagine oneself in the speaker’s role and walk along the lobby.
To see the tour, one needs to access Google Maps in Google Street View and chose the Verkhovna Rada building. Once inside, it is easy to navigate with the help of arrows and level indicators. The tour is accessible from both computers and mobile devices.